Bondi Beach Restaurants

Bondi quite rightly gets huge plaudits for its magnificent beach, but irrespective of how long you spend there you are going to get hungry at some point. Thankfully Bondi Beach is home to some great restaurants, so there is no shortage of options for you to go to when the hunger pangs do kick in. The problem is, with so many fantastic choices available to you, where are you actually going to eat? To help you decide, check out this list we have compiled of the best restaurants in Bondi Beach.


Arguably, one of the most famous restaurants in Bondi is Bills. Run by the legendary Bill Granger - who has also operated venues in Japan and England - it is a mellow venue with cool decor and a casual vibe. It's best known for dishing up a terrific range of Aussie staples with a modern twist. But it also has a reputation for top-notch coffee.

79 Hall St Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian

Bistro Chouchou

Oozing warmth, sophistication and charm, Bistro ChouChou is a lovely French-inspired venue that offers a terrific selection of beers and wines sourced from France and Australia. Representing excellent value for money, their delicious food menu includes beef tartare and steak frites that will instantly transport you to the streets of Paris.

13 O'Brien St Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: French

Bondi Hardware

Driven by the concept of sharing great food and cocktails with the people you love the most, Bondi Hardware is all about family and friendship. This charming, chic-rustic restaurant is renowned for its innovative cocktails. It also presents a superb menu of tasty bistro food, which you can enjoy in the tranquil space of its leafy, open-air courtyard.

39 Hall St Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian

Bondi Trattoria

The long-running Bondi Trattoria serves modern Italian cuisine in a traditional-style bistro where attentive service and high-quality local produce are non-negotiables. All their pasta is homemade, and they have an expansive Italian wine list to create the perfect pairings. Be sure to save room for one of their mouthwatering desserts, though, from classic tiramisu to their innovative zeppole (ricotta doughnuts).

34 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Italian

Brown Sugar

For close to 20 years Brown Sugar has been an institution in Bondi. This fabulous neighbourhood bistro is located just one block from the iconic shores of the beach. It continues to 'wow' diners with traditional, seasonal, hand-made and healthy dishes that draw influence from the much revered culinary regions of Mediterranean France and Italy.

106 Curlewis St Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian


If you've ever been to Mexico and had the pleasure of dining in an authentic marisqueria (seafood restaurant), you'll be pleased to discover the team at Calita is bringing this experience to Bondi Beach. Showcasing a delicious selection of dishes inspired by the Baja Peninsula, their menu features terrific sustainably and locally sourced seafood dishes.

266 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Mexican

Chaco Ramen

Whether you prefer the traditional version or would rather something fresh and inventive, Chaco Ramen is the place to go for ramen in Bondi. This stylish Japanese restaurant serves up some of the best Noodle soup in town, with their yuzu scallop version being a major hit. For those not feeling it, they also serve a tasty range of sushi and curries.

11 O'Brien St Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Japanese

China Diner

Showcasing their take on Cantonese-inspired meat, seafood and vegan dishes, China Diner is a stalwart in Bondi. Set within a retro dining space that buzzes with excitement and satisfied patrons, the venue is renowned for its excellent yum cha. Pair with one of their exceptional sakes, cocktails or wines to ensure a wonderful dining experience.

75/79 Hall St Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Chinese

Da Orazio

Having recently re-opened, Da Orazio is back serving up sumptuous wood-fired pizzas, juicy pork roasts and delectable Italian pasta - much to the delight of Bondi locals. Set within a hip and funky warehouse-style venue, the food is arguably better than ever before. The fantastic vibes are still as good as ever, thanks, in part, to weekly DJ nights.

75/79 Hall St Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Italian

Don Pedros

Don Pedros is a popular Mexican restaurant well known for having some of the best vibes in town. This uber-hip, beachfront venue boasts a cool outdoor deck which showcases tremendous views of the ocean. It's a terrific spot to enjoy margaritas or cocktails with quesadillas, burritos or tacos. Bookings are essential as this place is always busy.

Level 1/80 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Mexican

Easy Tiger

Easy Tiger is the latest venture by House Made, a hospitality group based out of Sydney. It has taken over the space previously occupied by Rancho Seltzer in Bondi. The venue offers a superb menu of Southeast Asian dishes - curated by Andrianto Wirya - that draw influence from Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

182 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Seafood


Founded by partners Simon Hill and Tanya Smart in 2019, Eden is a fabulous restaurant focusing on plant-based food. Situated near the entrance of the QT hotel, the 80-seater light-filled venue is a casual and relaxed space. It offers a fine selection of lunch and dinner dishes ranging from sliders and tacos to delicious salad bowls and gnocchi.

L106/180 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian

El Indio

El Indio prides itself on being an unpretentious family-run restaurant that showcases the delicious flavours of South America. Specialising in serving Colombian and Venezuelan-inspired arepas, all of their dishes are gluten-free. Their meats are also all slow-cooked, and they have plenty of vegan and vegetarian options to choose from on their menu.

222 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: South American

Fish Shop

Fish Shop is a laid-back restaurant with a fantastic atmosphere that draws diners from all over the city. They specialise in plating up eco-friendly dishes that elevate seafood to another level. Think prawn cigars, grilled calamari, and coral trout tostadas and try not to salivate too much! The venue also serves a terrific range of natural wines.

Shop 4/17 Warners Ave Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Seafood

Icebergs Dining Room and Bar

Perhaps the most iconic beach club in Sydney, Bondi Icebergs has attracted tourists and served its local members since 1929. The lounge boasts panoramic views of the ocean and pool and has the best seafood platter in town! However, it's not all about seafood, as their vast menu appeals to everyone with plenty of veggie and gluten-free options.

1 Notts Ave Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian


Ikaria is a delightful meze bar that aims to bring people together over Mediterranean-inspired share plates, Insta-worthy cocktails and incredible ocean views. With dim lighting, Greek decor and friendly staff, the venue has a lovely ambience. You can't go wrong with the saganaki, with lemon, oregano & honey and the awesome lamb shoulder.

70B Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Mediterranean

Lola's Italian & Bar

If you like dining or drinking cocktails with a healthy slice of Bondi Beach, you should enjoy your time at Lola's Italian & Bar. This stylish and relaxed modern Italian restaurant offers a terrific range of classic dishes in a space full of nostalgic vibes. Curated by head chef Toby Stansfield, the menu includes home made pastas and delicious seafood.

Level 1/180/186 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Italian


Residing within the Pacific Bondi Beach, Macelleria promote themselves as the 'butchers who cook for you'. Their space contains communal tables, which fosters a sense of community spirit, enabling all diners to enjoy an incredible selection of steaks, burgers and other meat dishes. Enjoy them with a cold beer and superb views for a great meal out.

g09/180 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Steak


Comprising a cafe, restaurant and bar, Makaveli Bondi is a terrific Italian-inspired venue to visit for your next meal. Known for its inviting and warm atmosphere, the menu here is a great mix of classic and contemporary dishes made from fresh seasonal ingredients. In addition to its culinary offerings, its cocktail menu & wine list impresses.

2/179 Glenayr Ave Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian

Mojo's Tapas Bar

In South Bondi, you'll find the hip hangout spot, Mojo's Tapas Bar. With the rustic-chic decor, an eclectic selection of Spanish dishes, and the best Sangria in town, an evening at Mojo's is always a good choice. In true Spanish tradition, the fun-loving eatery loves to party, with happy hours running all weekend and multiple karaoke nights each week.

32 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Spanish

North Bondi Fish

North Bondi Fish is famous among locals for its fresh seafood dishes with a creative twist. The relaxed eatery has a range of Australian-caught grilled fish for a healthier option. Then along with traditional fish and chips, there's fish curry, baby octopus, calamari, and much more, making it the perfect pitstop after a day at the beach or hardcore surf.

120 Ramsgate Ave Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Seafood


Pompei's is an Italian Trattoria bringing Aussies top specialities from the Dolomites Alps in Northern Italy and a range of handmade pasta. They also have an extensive artisanal pizza menu and in-house gelato bar, making it your one-stop shop for all your Italian delights. The popular eatery also has a large outdoor dining area, perfect for date night, family meals, and everything in between.

126-130 Roscoe St Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Italian


Promenade Restaurant at Bondi Beach aims to bring back the good-time vibes that made the Pavilion such a hub of the community in the 1970s. Under the guidance of Chris Benedet, the Head Chef, its elegant dining room serves a delicious menu of elevated dishes that embrace the joys of oceanside eating. Evening bookings are essential.

Bondi Pavilion Shop, 4a Queen Elizabeth Dr Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian


This north Bondi restaurant and bar boasts a light and airy ambience and ocean-inspired decor serving everything from oysters to pasta to burgers. The lively joint has regular events such as Taco Tuesdays, all you can eat mussels and a Saturday bottomless brunch. However, the British roots of Rocker's chefs make their all-year-round Sunday Roast the real highlight.

5/39-53 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian


Sean's has been a favourite among locals since 1993, adored for their comforting home-style Australian cuisine and welcoming ambience. The restaurant is headed by award-winning chef Sean Moran who focuses on using the freshest produce, resulting in an ever-changing menu. Most of the ingredients come from Sean's Blue Mountains farm, of which you'll taste the quality from the first bite.

270 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian

Society Pizza Bar

Located just a few doors down from Brown Sugar, the Society Pizza Bar is widely considered to serve the Best Pizza in Sydney. Granted, it's a big call, but after just one bite of their fresh signature offerings, you'll find it hard to disagree. Aside from pizzas, they also serve a terrific range of antipasti and pasta dishes and have an excellent wine selection.

88 - 90 Curlewis St Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Italian

SOY Japanese

Head to SOY Japanese on Campbell Parade for high-quality and creative Japanese cuisine. This beachfront bistro provides an exquisite dining experience with unbeatable views in a chic setting. The hot rock wagyu, tempura prawns, and teriyaki chicken are our favourites, and the sushi is always the freshest in town.

3/38 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Japanese

The Pacific Club

This trendy beachside bar and restaurant is the place to be seen in Bondi. The all-day beach club oozes style and quality, rumoured to have cost $2 million to build! The restaurant's warm wooden textures and polished marble counters create a comfortable setting, and their renowned bottomless brunch will make you never want to leave. Here tuck into wood-fired king prawns and Vanella burrata cheese along with as much prosecco as you can handle.

182 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach 2026

Cuisine: Modern Australian

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